7 Spy Satellites and Military Communications
Control the high ground and you have a good chance of controlling the outcome of a battle. This fact has been known to soldiers since the earliest days when the high ground was the hilltop upon which communities would build their homes - making them defensible during an attack and affording them with a high probability of seeing the advance of a possible adversary long before they were close enough to be a real threat.
KeywordsNuclear Weapon High Ground Military Communication Rocket Launch Signal Intelligence
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